Friday, January 25, 2013

Enabler Alert!

Hello Friends! This is my second post for see the wonderful digital stamps being released today at MelJen's Designs, please scroll down.

I just had to pop in to share that BLITSY has Tim Holtz Distress Inks on sale for $3.33! There is no limit to the amount of pads you can purchase and I believe that all of the colors are available. I use TH Distress Ink on just about every card I create. I use it mainly for sponging and creating backgrounds, but it also stamps beautifully and can be used to color images, as well. Here are a few examples from previous posts...Click on the images to enlarge them.

Here, I lightly sponged the edges of the card stock to give it a vintage look.

I used the same technique here...

I used Distress Ink here, to soften the edges and add interest to the sentiment focal panel. This was REALLY pretty in real life. The soft pink with the pearl accents...

On this card, I used Distress Inks to color the image. I dabbed the ink pad onto a craft sheet and using a water brush, I picked up the ink and used them as water colors.

And here I used Distress Inks for stamping and sponging. I just love 'em! They really are very versatile.

I purchased all of my Distress Inks thru BLITSY over time and I thought the sale was just to awesome not to share with all of you. To shop at BLITSY, you will need to register, it's free, then you will be added to their mailing list, which means you will receive alerts to new sale items. Items are on sale for a short time, so grab what you like quickly! They offer quite an array of products...ATG guns, adhesive, glitter, Nestabilities, various markers, including Copics, all types of inks and ink pads, patterned papers, card stock, just about everything a paper crafter would want. Stop by and check it out! If you click this link HERE, I will get a credit when you register and make a purchase. Then you can tell your friends about it and so on and so on. go on! Take a look! :)


1 comment:

Sheila H said...

Wow, Barb, I love how you've used distress inks to create beautifully highlighted images and sentiments on your cards. The distress inks are so soft, yet provide great depth and dimension.